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My Dirty Little Habit
Inching towards the 15 year mark of my smoking and tobacco addiction last month, I decided to venture into the realm of vaporing (vapering - or however it's spelled), and quit my tobacco smoking career, by using a personal vaporizer also known as its slang term, the electronic cigarette. I won't go into detail on what an e-cigarette (e-cig) is, for there have been numerous articles and hubs describing them.
However, I do want to go into detail about the different prices available to consumers.
During my day of shopping, I was oblivious to what I should purchase and whom I should purchase my products from. Based on such a convoluted e-cigarette market, I decided to purchase from 3 vendors on the same day. My first purchase was from one vendor on eBay for $59.00. My second kit was from VaporStix.com for S49.95; and my third from smokedigital.com for $33.50.
All in all, my starter kits (the Joye 510 or Joye510) were all similar.
Here's what my kit came with (from eBay and smokedigital.com)
- 2 atomizers
- 2 Batteries
- 1 Wall Charger
- 5 Cartridges with prefilled liquid
- 1 Instruction Manual
However, my kit from vaporstix.com only included one atomizer.
Overall, all kits were identical, but difference in price was obvious. So, if you're looking for the perfect starter kit that won't break your wallet but may change your smoking habit (or quit tobacco permanently), you may want to give
some of these vendors a try.
I have been tobacco free ever since my first purchase and use of the electronic cigarette.
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